I am an ecologist interested in the effects of disturbance and climate on plant diversity and demography. Much of my work focuses on conifer forests of western North America, investigating interactions between fire and forest management.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAEducation and Experience:
Currently: Postdoctoral researcher, UC Berkeley Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management (with Scott Stephens)
2014-2016: Postdoctoral researcher, UC Davis John Muir Institute of the Environment (with Malcolm North)
2009-2014: PhD with the UC Davis Graduate Group in Ecology (with Andrew Latimer)
2006-2008: MS with the University of Vermont Department of Plant Biology (with Brian Beckage)

Get in touch!

stevensjt <at> berkeley.edu
Twitter: @stevensjt

2 responses to “Home

  1. Dear Doctor J Steve,

    There has been an outbreak of salt relish in my neighborhood. I know that this plant is invasive, but maybe fighting invasive plants is just fighting the natural course of evolution?

    And has anyone ever really been far as even as decided as even go as even do look more like?

    Sincerely in Saint Paul

  2. Dear Jens Stevens

    May I have a pdf of you paper recently published in J. Ecol.:

    Forest disturbance accelerates thermophilization of understorey plant communities

    Thanks a lot

    Richard Michalet

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